Bird Control and Barriers
Bird-B-Gone, Inc. is a leading manufacturer of bird deterrents and is dedicated to solving pest bird problems. The business of Bird Control is constantly changing and is loaded with products and services with varied successes as bird barriers. Because Bird-B-Gone, Inc. is only involved with bird control, it is our business to stay on top of this evolution and provide our customers only the best in products, including bird spikes, bird wire, bird netting, bird deterrents and more for your Pest Bird and Pigeon Control problems.
Bird- B-Gone, Inc. has a select network of certified Authorized Installers all over the nation. Our Authorized Installers are professional Bird Control Experts, schooled in permanently and humanely modifying environments to eliminate "Problem Bird Infestations" such as pest pigeon problems and prevent any future bird problems.
All Bird-B-Gone products are safe and will not Harm Birds!
The shock will not harm birds, but will condition them to stay away from the area, making Bird Jolt Flat Track the ultimate in bird behavior modification.
Bird Jolt Flat Track is the only electric track bird deterrent system with patented anti-arcing and glue trough designs and is the safest most effective electric track available. Bird Jolt Flat Track™ is manufactured in the USA by Bird-B-Gone, Inc.
Bird B Gone offers a number of effective and humane solutions for deterring pest birds and geese from open and semi-open spaces.
Proven effective in dispersing pest birds where other methods of bird control may be ineffective or impractical, Bird B Gone bird-hazing units efficiently deploy a light fog or haze of bird repellent made with Methyl Anthranilate (a non-toxic, food-grade ingredient). The active ingredient irritates a bird's mucous membranes. Birds find the sensation unpleasant and will subsequently avoid the area. The effect is temporary and will not harm the birds.
Ideal for wide open areas where birds are a nuisance, bird fogging is recommended for use against flocks of birds that gather and loiter in parks, golf courses, memorial parks and other large open spaces. The fog is created using either a stationary or hand-held fogging unit. The units generate an aerosol of methyl anthranilate to produce a "wet fog" that will not penetrate shrubs. Fogging is best used in open areas where birds fly through or graze in. Fogging should be repeated as often as necessary to keep birds away.
Last Update: 2020-05-11